From the Infant stage we can teach children to debate and present their opinions, develop skills so that they can express themselves and express ideas, thoughts, complaints ... It is about teaching children to argue, dialogue, listen to others, to respect and understand different opinions and points of view, defend one's own ideas or speak in public.
How many times, before being mothers, have we imagined what our children will be like physically? We imagine them when they are two or three years old, probably with similar features to ours, and with our same hair color, however, many times this is not fulfilled and babies do not bring out our features, not even the same hue hair, which is the most recognizable sign at first glance.
The quintessential bet when talking about leisure with children are amusement parks. If you are planning a trip to Madrid as a family, you cannot miss some of the options in this guide to leisure parks for children. Guiainfantil.com has selected the best children's amusement parks in Madrid so that you can spend unforgettable days with your family.
Autism spectrum disorder, low mood and depression: what to expect Teenagers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a greater risk of low mood and depression than their typically developing peers. This is because teenagers with ASD might: realise for the first time that they're 'different' from their peers find it hard to cope with increasing academic pressure and expectations find it hard to understand social rules and expectations, make friends and fit in socially.
When I have had the pleasure of working inside the classrooms, the mini societies that are formed in children have always caught my attention, how groups of children are created according to the characteristics or affinities they have with each other. how children even establish their own hierarchy or role play where a child is the leader and there are others who oppose him and others who follow them faithfully, almost like adult society where there are usually leaders in power and others who follow almost Blindfolded.
Story Paper Towns is a romantic drama about Quentin Jacobson (Nat Wolff), a shy, conscientious and romantic student. He has had a long-term crush on his beautiful and popular neighbour, Margo Roth Spiegelman (Cara Delevingne), who used to climb through his bedroom window at night when they were both children.